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The Best Music Of 2011

12/22/11 12:00PM

AP/Alison Redlich
Phish front man Trey Anastasio performs during a benefit concert in September, 2011 in Essex Junction.

Each December on the Annual Music Show, Vermont Edition invites you to recommend the songs, albums and downloads that caught your ear and made you sing out loud.  We aren't able to podcast this episode of Vermont Edition, but here are the songs we played during the 2011 Music Show. (Don't forget to read through the tons of listener suggestions below in the discussion forum!)


Flo Rida, "Good Feeling"

Ry Cooder, "No Banker Left Behind"

Lucinda Williams, "I Don't Know How You're Living"

Little Dragon, "Shuffle A Dream"

Amos Lee, "Violin"

Pretty Lights, "All of the Lights"

The Decemberists, "Calamity Song"

Wild Flag, "Romance"

K.D. Lang, "The Water's Edge"

The Black Keys, "Lonely Boy"

The Head and The Heart, "Lost In My Mind"

Chamberlin, "Right Guide"

Chadwick Stokes, "Ichabod and Abraham"

Wilco, "I Might"

The Bangles, "Mesmerize"

Foster the People, "Pumped Up Kicks"

Red Heart The Ticker, "Lakes of Champlain"

Gillian Welch, "Scarlet Town"

Buck 65, "Cold Steel Drum"

Mocean Worker, "Shooby Shooby Do Yah!"

Kurt Vile, "Jesus Fever"

Yo-Yo Ma, "Atta Boy"

Jatoba, "Time Between"

Linguistic Civilians, "Crazy Fools"

Parmaga, "Plenty Hands"

Barika, "Remember"


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